Move Over Washington, It’s Oregon’s Turn to Run the Pac-12

Joshua Whitted Editorials 26 Comments

All good things must come to an end. Unfortunately for Washington fans, that sentiment may apply tomorrow afternoon, as the Huskies’ status as the premier program in the Pac-12 is in jeopardy. There’s no doubt that Washington currently sits atop of the food chain in the Pac-12. They’ve completely overhauled what was an underachieving roster and transformed it into a juggernaut. …

Road to the Championship: 2019 Oregon Ducks Through the Eyes of Willie Taggart

David Miller Editorials 6 Comments

It’s late in 2019, and another Oregon Ducks football season has just ended. The morning has broken gray and gloomy, rain flinging itself against the glass facade of the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex as if delivering a million tiny blows from an angry sky. Willie Taggart swivels his desk chair to look out of his rain-dappled window onto the practice fields. The …

Oregon Softball: Ducks Dream Big with New Zealand Legend

Jordan Ingram FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

After clinching its third consecutive Pac-12 Championship over the weekend, the No. 1 Oregon Ducks softball team (46-6) under New Zealand legend, coach Mike White, will continue its “spring reign” as the No. 2 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Ducks will face BYU on Thursday, after a Fresno State vs North Dakota State matchup, in a four-team double-elimination Eugene Regional at Howe Field. This year’s regional appearance marks …

A Look Inside Ducks’ 2015 Softball Season

McKalie Bellew FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 1 Comment

College softball season has begun and I, personally, could not be more excited. I am a “retired” softball player due to some tough health diagnoses in high school but my love and appreciation for the game has yet to die nor will it! Our Oregon Ducks’ softball program is a force to be reckoned with, especially in the Pac-12. In fact, they …

Thanks For the Memories: Tribute to Our Skinny Hawaiian

Noah Smith FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

With the upcoming departure of Marcus Mariota, I’d just like a moment to review and reflect on our beloved Skinny Hawaiian’s astounding career. In the coming days you will likely hear from ESPN how Mariota’s stock has fallen because of the Championship Game, and in the case of some, they might even say he shouldn’t be a first round pick …

Good, Bad, Ugly, or All of the Above… I Love My Ducks.

McKalie Bellew For the Fans 1 Comment

“Someone was going to win and someone was going to lose.” After seeing how sad I was after last night’s game, these were the words a coworker spoke to me. It was such a simple thing to say, but it made so much sense when I thought about it. Throughout the entire game I was cheering my Ducks on like …

Five Memorable Oregon Moments of 2014

Jordan Ingram History 2 Comments

It’s a new year and a new level of excitement for Duck fans. The Oregon football program continues to rocket to astonishing new heights under second-year head coach Mark Helfrich, and the Ducks have assembled yet another excellent year, earning a chance to play for the CFB national championship. The College Football Playoff is (finally) here. Two wins to a championship. #RoseBowl pic.twitter.com/dh7LVasOW5 …

Ducks Get Back to Work

McKalie Bellew FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 2 Comments

So, our Ducks have had a very successful winning season (12-1), have various players that have won credible awards in college football including Marcus Mariota winning the Heisman and hold the Pac-12 Championship title. What else is there to do? We are not done yet Duck fans! Come January 1, 2015, our men will be taking the field in Pasadena, …

Mariota Leads Ducks to Pac-12 Championship

McKalie Bellew FishWrap, FishWrap Archive 0 Comments

Is it not an amazing time to be a Ducks fan or what?! Especially for those long-term fans like my father who sent me a picture from back home of our golden doodle giving him a high-five after the game in celebration. There is so much to discuss when it comes to last night’s major accomplishment not only for the …

Oregon – Arizona at the Half

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The first half in this one looked more like a South Eugene – North Eugene early December tilt, complete with sometimes driving rain, slippery turf, and the odd dollop of mud. The 23-0 halftime score hugely flattered Arizona, who did as close to absolutely zilch as possible, short of not trotting out onto the field at Levi’s in the first …

Ducks Tackle Arizona in Pac-12 Title Tilt: Three Things to Watch from FishDuck.com’s Fool on the Hill

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FishDuck.com‘s resident Fool on the Hill, Randy Morse, discusses three reasons why the Ducks will prevail in this Friday’s clash in Levi’s Stadium for all the Pac-12 football marbles. Note from the Owner: Randy Morse is a writer/editor/publisher who contributes to FishDuck.com every week mixing in his unique lifestyle along with his amusing thoughts. The “Hill” he is reporting from …

Pellum Talks Arizona Rematch

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The final road block in the Ducks’ path to the playoffs will be their biggest test. Oregon will look to avenge its only loss of the season Friday night in Levi’s Stadium when the Ducks will take on Arizona for the Pac-12 Championship. I listened to Defensive Coordinator Don Pellum discuss the upcoming rematch against Arizona today after practice at the …